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steve.minter [How to add the wordpress command line tool wp-cli for CageFS users on CloudLinux]
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-You can test this in a user shell by joining it with su. For this example we will assume you have a user on the system called '​example'​ and in our case the user was not given a system shell so we assign one with -s.  then test we are the user with '​whoami'​ and check for the file with '​stat':​ 
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-su -s /bin/bash example 
-whoami 
-stat /​usr/​local/​bin/​wp 
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 You can test this in a user shell by joining it with su. For this example we will assume you have a user on the system called '​example'​ and in our case the user was not given a system shell so we assign one with -s.  then test we are the user with '​whoami'​ and check for the file with '​stat':​ You can test this in a user shell by joining it with su. For this example we will assume you have a user on the system called '​example'​ and in our case the user was not given a system shell so we assign one with -s.  then test we are the user with '​whoami'​ and check for the file with '​stat':​